Quotes about Stevie Wonder

Quotes about Stevie Wonder by Megan Nicole, Jamila Woods, Ne-Yo, Anderson Paak, Jermaine Dupri, John Legend and many others.

I grew up listening to pop music with my dad in the car

I grew up listening to pop music with my dad in the car, and we’d just listen to Stevie Wonder, Al Green, Earth Wind & Fire, KC and the Sunshine Band – all that good stuff. So to see it snaking its way back around again is really exciting, and I love listening to the radio.
Megan Nicole
I spent a lot time with my siblings because there weren’t too many young people on our block. We were our own best friends: making dances to a Stevie Wonder songs and singing with my mom.
Jamila Woods
I probably wouldn’t be singing if not for Michael Jackson. When I started singing, I didn’t like my tone until my mom put me on to Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder, so listening to the way they used their instrument helped me get more comfortable with my own.
I think there’s a void for some authentic soul music with an edge. I think there’s some people who grew up with Motown and Stevie Wonder that still can appreciate Future, Drake, and all these different things, too, but there shouldn’t be a void for those people, as well.
Anderson Paak
I’ve always wanted to be mentioned in the same sentence or at the same time that you say Quincy Jones or you say Stevie Wonder. I never thought that could possibly ever happen.
Jermaine Dupri
I sang ‘All Of Me’ at the wedding. I sang ‘Stay With You’ from my first album. And then Stevie Wonder came up and sang ‘Ribbon In the Sky.’ It was impromptu… It was cool… He’s always been a friend and a mentor to me.
John Legend
I don’t know exactly what genre to put it in, I just know that I grew up listening to a lot of soul music – Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Prince, and Whitney Houston. I was inspired by all these great big voices, and I try to do music that’s timeless.
Snoh Aalegra
I think my favorite song from another artist would have to be ‘Superstition’ by Stevie Wonder.
Nick Jonas
To sing along with Stevie Wonder, you had to make your voice do things it was not accustomed to doing.
Michael Bolton
Stevie Wonder is obviously the master at political music that’s for everybody, that’s still joyful.
Natalie Prass
Stevie Wonder and Diana Ross and the Jackson 5, that’s what I grew up on.
Madonna Ciccone
I learned from the best storytellers in the world: Bill Withers, Stevie Wonder, Prince, Ne-Yo, Michael Jordan, Vin Diesel, RuPaul.
My mum would play Stevie Wonder around the house, and I remember just loving the songs and feeling so blown away by how much was going on.
Jack Garratt
I grew up listening to the greats of the ’80s and, thanks to my parents, the ’70s – the Doobie Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Luther Vandross, Lionel Richie.
Jordan Fisher
I’m influenced a lot by Nina Simone, Stevie Wonder, even Paul Weller – Billie Holiday as well: People who wrote and sang songs that were reflective of their times. I quite like that. I quite admire that.
I’m a big Otis Redding fan, Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye. My hero is David Bowie. But I like the Beatles, the Stones.
Taron Egerton
I say that I do soul, R&B music. I have so many influences, from Billie Holiday, Nina Simone to Stevie Wonder and Prince and even Al Green and Bjork. And a lot of hip hop music has influenced me a lot – you know – De La Soul and Digital Underground and A Tribe Called Quest.